5 reasons why dyslexics make great communicators
Here’s a fact: 9 out of 10 dyslexics have poor spelling, punctuation and grammar, but many are amazing communicators.
From Pulitzer-prize winning journalists to respected CNN news anchors, high-profile Bishops to gifted space communicators, dyslexics use their curiosity and passion to explore the world, understand complex situations or facts and explain them to others in a way that’s simple and easy to understand.
So why do dyslexics make such good communicators?
Here are 5 reasons:
1. Dyslexics make sense of the bigger picture
2. Dyslexics are great at simplifying
3. Dyslexics have high levels of empathy
4. Dyslexics are passionate and curious
5. Dyslexics engage hearts and minds
The world needs dyslexic thinking.
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